Today’s the last day of flip-flop season (at least in New York City). And after months of traipsing around in skimpy plastic shoes, chances are your feet aren’t looking so fabulous. Here’s how to get them back into shape—without breaking the bank. 1. Apply cuticle oil to nails and the surrounding skin. 2. Sink feet into a tub filled with warm water […]
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If you’re searching for a product to make your hair shine, look no further than your refrigerator: Applying mayonnaise to your strands will make them glossier. Yes, it’s an old beauty myth, but the condiment mask actually works—mayonnaise is made with an oil base, and it’s proven to make locks glow. To whip up a homemade mask, follow these steps: […]
Suffering from a case of puffy eyes? Or just anticipating that the stress of end-of-summer travel and back-to-school preparations will give you under-eye bags? In either case, here’s a handy tip: Soak some cotton pads in green tea, toss them in a tupperware, and then store them in the fridge. The next time your eyes look puffy, place two chilled […]
About to head out the door, only to notice a nimbus of flyaways throwing off your look? Try this emergency fix: Smooth a dryer sheet down your strands from roots to ends. You can also lightly spritz hair spray onto your brush and run it through your hair.
To get the most bang for your buck on those expensive beauty products–think foundation or face cream–just use less. Sounds easy enough, right?
If you’re in between salon appointments and need a quick way to touch up a few stray grays, swipe a mascara that matches the rest of your hair onto those strands.
Our colleagues at InStyle.com have pulled together a list of the best celebrity bangs.
When you just want to skip your nighttime routine and hop into bed after a long day, here’s how to quickly take off your makeup in a pinch.
Ready for a dip in the pool? To keep chlorine from drying out your hair, saturate your strands with fresh water before diving in. Your hair will soak up the fresh, not chlorinated, water. Hair already pool-parched? Try this DIY mask from Lydia Sarfati, the founder of the skin-care line Repêchage: Mash 1 avocado with 1 tablespoon safflower oil. After […]
Spruce up grungy-looking locks post-exercise by sprinkling some dry shampoo or baby powder to the roots; then work it through with your fingers.